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Catholic High School Leadership Day
Campus Ministry on St. John’s University’s Staten Island campus hosted 30 high school students from six area Catholic schools for a Catholic High School Leadership Day on February 7.
Service awards St. John's University
The premier event of St. John’s University’s annual Founder’s Week celebration (held September 20–27) is the Vincentian Convocation, which this year welcomed to the Queens campus for the first time the Most Rev. John O. Barres, S.T.D., J.C.L., D.D., Bishop of the Diocese of Rockville Centre.
L to R: Fr. Wil Tyrell, S.A., Rabbi Shlomo Nisanov, Dr. Matthew Lewis Sutton, Cyndi Joubert, Fr. Gregory Saroufeem, Imam Bayram
In a political climate often fraught with divisive rhetoric, St. John’s University invited local religious leaders to a special event this semester celebrating the values that unite us.
The Vincentian family will gather in Rome, Italy, this weekend to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the Vincentian charism at the International Symposium of the Vincentian Family.
Spotlight on Religious Life during Brothers’/Sisters’ Night
St. John’s University’s Campus Ministry sponsored its third annual Brothers’/Sisters’ Night at the 5:30 p.m. Sunday Student Mass on September 17 in St. Thomas More Church. This event gives students the opportunity to meet and pray with Sisters and Brothers who serve the local Church.
Mirtelle Mendoza ’20CPS has attended Catholic schools her entire life. A graduate of Archbishop Molloy High School in Queens, NY, she came to St. John’s University for one main reason: to grow in her faith while experiencing a quality education.
For Lorin Kruzynski ’17TCB, serving those in need has played a valuable role in her St. John’s education.
Highlighting a shared commitment to helping impoverished and disadvantaged people around the world, Conrado “Bobby” Gempesaw, Ph.D., President of St. John’s University, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding establishing the University as a Global Campus of Catholic Relief Services (CRS).

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